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October 5th, 2015

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Capitol strategies Freemason symbolism in Washington D C Pt 2 of 3 YouTube

May 6th, 2015

Mike Hoggard defines and shows the way the capitol in Washington D. C. is created by the Freemasons and exactly how the satanic geometry is built to fit their satanic agenda.

President Obama takes a surprise circumambulate the area regarding the National Mall surrounding the White home. Download Obama’s “The Audacity of Hope” audiobook for free …
Movie Rating: 4 / 5

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Washington DC car chase: suspect shot dead after Capitol Hill lockdown

September 21st, 2014

Washington DC automobile chase: suspect shot dead after Capitol Hill lockdown Subscribe to the The Guardian: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD A woman with a young child in h…

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Austin – Texas State Capitol: Senate Chamber -Dawn at the Alamo

June 16th, 2014

Some cool Senate images:

Austin – Texas State Capitol: Senate Chamber -Dawn at the Alamo
Senate
Image by wallyg
Dawn at the Alamo, one of two paintings by Texas artist Henry Arthur McArdle, anchors the west side of the Senate Chamber. Completed in 1905, the 7-foot by 12-foot oil painting replaced an 1875 version that was destroyed while on display in the Limestone Capitol when it burned in 1881. It is an extremely detailed, although not entirely historically accurate, interpretation of The Battle of the Alamo, a pivotal event during the Texas Revolution. During the course of a 13-day siege in 1836, all but two of the approximately 187 Texians, under the command of James Bowie and William B. Travis, lost their lives defending the fort at the Alamo Mission near San Antonio de Béxar against Mexican General General Santa Anna’s army of more than 5,000 troops. This painting shows the heroic Texians including David Crockett (during his last stand swinging "Old Betsy" protecting women and children–lower right corner), the ill James Bowie (using his trademark knife–lower left corner) and Commander William B. Travis (as he is stabbed in the back–upper right corner). In actuality, Travis, pictured here larger-than-life, was one of the first killed in the battle which occurred on March 6, 1836.

The Senate Chamber, located on the second floor east wing of the Texas State Capitol, is where the thirty-one state senators meet during Texas legislative sessions to work with the House of Representatives enacting the laws of the state. Restored to its c. 1910 appearance, the Senate Chamber still contains the original walnut desks purchased in 1888 for the Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of the Senate and 31 senators from the A. H. Andrews and Company of Chicago. The Lieutenant Governor’s desk is located in front of a reproduction drapery treatment and a mid-nineteenth century portrait of Stephen F. Austin by an unknown artist.

The Texas State Capitol, anchoring 22-acres of landscaped grounds originally designated as Capitol Square in 1839, was designed in 1881 by architect Elijah E. Myers, and was constructed from 1882 to 1888 under the direction of civil engineer Reuben Lindsay Walker. The Italian Renaissance Revival seat of Texas state government houses the two the chambers of the Texas Legislature and the office of the governor.

Austin – Texas State Capitol: Senate Chamber -Dawn at the Alamo
Senate
Image by wallyg
Dawn at the Alamo, one of two paintings by Texas artist Henry Arthur McArdle, anchors the west side of the Senate Chamber. Completed in 1905, the 7-foot by 12-foot oil painting replaced an 1875 version that was destroyed while on display in the Limestone Capitol when it burned in 1881. It is an extremely detailed, although not entirely historically accurate, interpretation of The Battle of the Alamo, a pivotal event during the Texas Revolution. During the course of a 13-day siege in 1836, all but two of the approximately 187 Texians, under the command of James Bowie and William B. Travis, lost their lives defending the fort at the Alamo Mission near San Antonio de Béxar against Mexican General General Santa Anna’s army of more than 5,000 troops. This painting shows the heroic Texians including David Crockett (during his last stand swinging "Old Betsy" protecting women and children–lower right corner), the ill James Bowie (using his trademark knife–lower left corner) and Commander William B. Travis (as he is stabbed in the back–upper right corner). In actuality, Travis, pictured here larger-than-life, was one of the first killed in the battle which occurred on March 6, 1836.

The Senate Chamber, located on the second floor east wing of the Texas State Capitol, is where the thirty-one state senators meet during Texas legislative sessions to work with the House of Representatives enacting the laws of the state. Restored to its c. 1910 appearance, the Senate Chamber still contains the original walnut desks purchased in 1888 for the Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of the Senate and 31 senators from the A. H. Andrews and Company of Chicago. The Lieutenant Governor’s desk is located in front of a reproduction drapery treatment and a mid-nineteenth century portrait of Stephen F. Austin by an unknown artist.

The Texas State Capitol, anchoring 22-acres of landscaped grounds originally designated as Capitol Square in 1839, was designed in 1881 by architect Elijah E. Myers, and was constructed from 1882 to 1888 under the direction of civil engineer Reuben Lindsay Walker. The Italian Renaissance Revival seat of Texas state government houses the two the chambers of the Texas Legislature and the office of the governor.

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Rolling Thunder – WWII Monument, US Capitol, Washington Monument

June 14th, 2014

Rolling Thunder - WWII Monument, US Capitol, Washington Monument

WWII Monument, US Capitol, and Washington Monument during Rolling Thunder.

Washington DC - Washington Monument HD (2014)

The Washington Monument is an obelisk on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., built to commemorate George Washington, once commander-in-chief of the early …
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Million Cancer Survivors March on Capitol Hill

February 28th, 2014

Million Cancer Survivors March on Capitol Hill
Event on 2014-06-01 11:00:00

Be 1 In A Million — Uniting the Cancer Community for Change 

The Million Cancer Survivor March is the first ever attempt to organize an anti-cancer march and rally in Washington, DC on June 1, 2014 for National Cancer Survivor Day .

America's cancer population, a nation of patients, survivors, caregivers, friends, families, advocates and organizations, all citizens affected by all types of cancer, will gather in Washington D.C. at the National Mall to mark this historic advocacy event. The MCSM offers an opportunity for our country’s cancer community to rally at our Nation’s Capitol and show the leaders of our country that we are one group united to compel changes to end all cancers.

Nearly 12 million people nationwide are living with cancer. By the year 2020, the number of cancer survivors in the US is expected to double. They have faced a diagnosis and survived the treatments, therefore labeled “survivors.” As for the more than half a million that lost their life to cancer last year alone, they left behind countless numbers of grieving loved ones. We are the cancer population, living with the after-effects of a cancer diagnosis. We share one belief: Something has to change.

Cancer accounts for nearly 1 in 4 deaths in the US. If it isn’t you, it’s someone you know. This disease kills well over half a million people every year and costs our country millions of dollars to treat annually. Yet our government, the number-one funder of cancer research has drastically cut budgets for the National Institutes for Health, the National Cancer Institute and the Centers of Disease Control, thus limiting prevention and research for all cancers. The National Institutes of Health estimates overall costs of cancer in 2010 at 3.8 billion: 2.8 billion for direct medical costs (total of all health expenditures); .9 billion for indirect morbidity costs (cost of lost productivity due to illness); and 0.1 billion for indirect mortality costs (cost of lost productivity due to premature death) according to the American Cancer Society. Modern science has made advances in survivability, but it doesn’t end with being a survivor. The treatments, which are sometimes ineffective and even deadly, put survivors at risk of developing new forms of cancer, new diseases, other health issues and the possibility of reoccurrence is still there. Some patients don’t have access to the best treatment by means of seeking and having access to specialists because of insurance or lack there of (the Affordable Care Act doesn’t come into affect until 2014). Cancer, before, during and after treatment, can cause financial burdens, forcing people to stop treatment, lose their jobs, their homes and even declare bankruptcy. At what point will we stop putting a bandaid on cancer and find a cure, find better ways to detect it and treat it early and with less harmful methods? Our Nation’s leaders want our votes, and we want them to end the War on Cancer!

The Million Cancer Survivors March is free, a signature event by Kill The Beast in partnership with Pink Sky At Night. It is not affiliated with any cancer organization and is working independently as concerned American citizens to organize an anti-cancer march and rally in Washington, DC. The MCSM supports survivors and anyone affected by cancer, and we hope together to empower our American citizens to collectively make their voices heard.

If your organization is interested in speaking at the MCSM, please submit your organization’s name, website, mission statement and contact information to dgkaufman@killthecancerbeast.com. For sponsorship and media inquiries contact us at dgkaufman@killthecancerbeast.com.

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Learn: http://millioncancersurvivorsmarch.com/

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Washington, United States

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Capitol Shooting Washington DC Police Scanner

February 24th, 2014

Capitol Shooting Washington DC Police Scanner

Today October 3 2013 Be right in the middle of the action as I recorded the police scanner during this incident a few minutes after it was broadcast.

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Washington DC Capitol Police

February 19th, 2014

A few nice Washington DC images I found:

Washington DC Capitol Police
Washington DC
Image by Beechwood Photography
Heavy police deployment in view of 100,000+ Pro-Life extremely peaceful pro-life demonstrators for the 37th successive year…

Washington Monument, Washington DC
Washington DC
Image by Kbedi
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Austin – Texas State Capitol: Senate Chamber – Barbara Jordan

December 25th, 2013

Check out these Senate images:

Austin – Texas State Capitol: Senate Chamber – Barbara Jordan
Senate
Image by wallyg
This portrait of Barbara Jordan, hanging in the Texas Seante Chamber, was painted by Edsel M. Cramer in 1973. Barbara Jordan (1936-1996) was a leader of the Civil Rights movement, the first African American elected to the Texas Senate after Reconstruction, representing Houston, Harris County from 1967-1973, and the first southern black female elected to the United States House of Representatives.

The Senate Chamber, located on the second floor east wing of the Texas State Capitol, is where the thirty-one state senators meet during Texas legislative sessions to work with the House of Representatives enacting the laws of the state. Restored to its c. 1910 appearance, the Senate Chamber still contains the original walnut desks purchased in 1888 for the Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of the Senate and 31 senators from the A. H. Andrews and Company of Chicago. The Lieutenant Governor’s desk is located in front of a reproduction drapery treatment and a mid-nineteenth century portrait of Stephen F. Austin by an unknown artist. Two large paintings by noted early Texas artist Henry Arthur McArdle anchor the west side of the room.

The Texas State Capitol, anchoring 22-acres of landscaped grounds originally designated as Capitol Square in 1839, was designed in 1881 by architect Elijah E. Myers, and was constructed from 1882 to 1888 under the direction of civil engineer Reuben Lindsay Walker. The Italian Renaissance Revival seat of Texas state government houses the two the chambers of the Texas Legislature and the office of the governor.

Michigan Senate Finance Committee Hearing on SB 34 Photo by Michigan Municipal League
Senate
Image by Michigan Municipal League (MML)
Mayor Abdul Haidous of the city of Wayne and Sterling Heights Mayor Richard Notte were in Lansing on Thursday, with Michigan Municipal League staffer Andy Schor, to testify at the Senate Finance Committee’s first hearing on SB 34, which would eliminate the personal property tax. Read the Feb. 3rd Action Alert (http://www.mml.org/advocacy/alerts_advisories/2011_02_4_action.html) which explains the League’s position on the bill, and the steps local leaders are taking to make sure committee members understand the devastating impact this would have on local public services should it be enacted without a replacement for the revenues to local communities. For more about the League and what we do go to mml.org.

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What’s Up on Capitol Hill with Douglas & Associates

October 28th, 2013

What’s Up on Capitol Hill with Douglas & Associates
Event on 2013-11-14 15:30:00

Join Douglas & Associates as we welcome Tom Rowley, Director, Retirement Services, Invesco as he discusses "What's Up on Capitol Hill".  Find out from Tom updates and issues that may effect you.  Tom will present recent topics of interest from Washington and answer your questions on what is going on in our Capitol.  Join us for this interesting event with a Washington insider.

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